Eintracht Trier wins at Worms 2

Eintracht Trier wins at Worms

Compared to a home win against Eisbachtal, Eintracht head coach Josef Cinar has brought about minor changes in his initial eleven years. Jason Thayaparan has entered the center for yellow-red six-man Sanoussy Baldé. In the offensive midfield, Dominic Kinscher was also favored by Jonas Amberg. Milad Salem has taken the left offensive side.

Eye-level teams

In the Wormser EWR Arena, the game was noticed from the beginning as two ambitious teams met at eye level. Throughout the game, turbulent duels and also a certain sharpness marked the meeting of traditional clubs. Better start, but they caught the hosts. With plenty of possession and a few initial penalty kicks, such as a header from 1.94m by Jan Dahlke (14th minute) after one of many standards, Wormatia had better control of the game in the beginning. Gradually, however, he then found ALL access and approached the Worms door. Edis Sinanovic was the first to reach the first goal from a distance by goalkeeper Wormatia Reichel (16). Just three minutes later, Schott Mainz's new signing made it better: As a result of Leonel Brodersen's long solo right-back, he found it on Tim Garnier's outside lane. "Ganni" brought the skin long to the second line, where Sinanovic took the ball from a sharp angle from the inside and landed nicely in the long corner (19th). In the next few minutes EVERYONE was able to develop better stages of ball possession, but Wormser was again threatened by a sharp Grimmer cross (37).

Ten yellow cards

After the break, spectators saw almost no scenes from the penalty area, but the game was much more toxic. Referee Luca Schilirò was very busy, awarding ten yellow cards on each side. However, he remained yellow when replacement Wormser Filimon Gerezgiher saw a red card (80 & # 39;) due to a poor start against Brodersen. Also on the Trierer side, the game ended with ten people as Maurice Roth also had to take a shower after the foul and the resulting second yellow card.

The rush and drama in the final stages

The final phase, in which the blue-black-and-white Dominic Kinscher (82nd) ​​also had the much-needed luck on his side, lived a hectic and dramatic one. Among other things, Matsumoto's (90./+2) short distance header had to survive Eintracht to celebrate the victory in front of the away block after a total of seven minutes after the season.

Eintracht will play at home twice next week: Promoted FV Dudenhofen (7.30pm) is expected on Tuesday, and before that on Friday, SV Elversberg's second team (7.30pm) will visit Mosel Stadium.

statistics

  • Wormati Worms: Reichel – Grimmer, Ogorodnik, Tzimanis, Veleanu (64th Gerezgiher) – Oliveira, Lickert (77th Afari), Köksal, Recica (67th Matsumoto) – Dahlke, Graciotti
  • Eintracht Trier: Wieszolek – Thayaparan, bricklayer, Kling – Brodersen, Roth, Kinscher (86th Thul), Kaluanga – Sinanovic (74th Heinz), Garnier (64th Amberg), Salem
  • Goal: 0: 1 Sinanović (19.)
  • SR: Luca Schilirò Spectators: 1138
  • Yellow-red: Roth (85th), Red: Gerezgiher (80th)

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